heat-conducting

heat-conducting

adj
(General Physics) able to conduct heat or whose function is to conduct heat
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The researchers not only had to come up with a way to fabricate heat-conducting sheets of polymer, but they also had to custom-build an apparatus to test the material's heat conduction, as well as develop computer codes to analyse images of the material's microscopic structures.
The Lite variant is expected to come with Snapdragon 710 SoC, and is said to use "heat-conducting gel and graphite sheet" for heat dissipation.
It is not only made of 6 layers of 2mm thick superb heat-conducting and sturdy materials, but also specially designed to have the 62 golden ratio arc to enable exceptional heat convection and avoid heat circulation to happen only at the surface.
The topics include partial differential equation analysis of a class of thermodynamically compatible viscoelastic rate-type fluids with stress diffusion, some properties of weak solutions to elliptic equations with divergence-free drifts, time-periodic solutions to the Navier-Stokes equations in the three-dimensional whole-space with a non-zero drift term: asymptotic profile at spatial infinity, Brezis-Gallouet-Wainger type inequality and its application to the Navier-Stokes equations, and steady solutions to a model of chemically-reacting heat-conducting compressible mixture with slip boundary conditions.
The team ultimately produced a heat-conducting polymer known as polythiophene, a type of conjugated polymer that is commonly used in many electronic devices.
A heat-conducting silicone-based gap filler material has been introduced for the electronics industry.
The author has already made attempts to account a multiphase structure of the heat-conducting body in the determination of thermal conductivity in an elemental volume of the composite [15] and the study of the thermal field in a single fiber, surrounded by a matrix [16].
Nanodiamond-impregnated polymers can deliver heat-conducting benefits for products including LED lighting, mobile devices including cellphones, and Internet-of-Things (loT) enabled devices of any type.
By forming the film on a heat-conducting alumina substrate that is metalized and soldered to a heat-dissipating copper plate tab, it's possible to create low-cost, high-power film resistors in small TO-style packages.
The sight of their cockroach-infested, and heat-conducting cells won't stoke the public to fury, let alone to another Edsa, tragic or farcical.
Abstract: Polymers are usually considered thermal insulators, because the amorphous arrangement of the molecular chains reduces the mean free path of heat-conducting phonons.